Found September 20, 2012 on Waiting For Next Year:

It appears that Browns S Ray Ventrone had surgery last week-

“#browns s ray ventrone underwent underwent surgery last week to insert a plate and six screws in his broken left hand. Limited but hopeful.”

So that’s what the Browns call “a hand thing”.

 [Related: Sheldon Brown loses his starting job]

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